Motorcycle Roads in North Dakota
Motorcycle riders exploring North Dakota will find a state divided into three regions. The western portion is home to the hilly Great Plains, the Missouri River, and the third largest manmade lake in the US, Lake Sakakawea, and to an awe-inspiring area known as Badlands. Great motorcycle rides can be had through an area called the Badlands. The Badlands are a collection of valleys of stone shaped into strange and beautiful formations; buttes, cones, pyramids & domes and colored in various shades yellows, reds, grays and browns. The central portion of the state showcases gentle rolling prairie and numerous lakes. The eastern portion of the state is the flat Red River Valley which is dominated by farms and rural communities.
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There are slight rolling hills directly adjacent to the road, with some larger valleys and bigger hills in the distance. A fair number of large and pristine lakes are along the route....
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This route takes you through some of the best scenery in western North Dakota. Rolling hills and long climbs near Killdeer give way to rolling hills, the rugged Killdeer Mountains and finally the Badlands. The road twists its way down into the valley...
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